COM­MU­NITY LIST­INGS

The Sudbury Star - - COMMUNITY LISTINGS -

DEC. 8

ART SALE: Hun­dreds of pieces of art­work from lo­cal and out-of-town artists will be for sale dur­ing the 2018 edi­tion of Noveau Lou­vre at the Ga­lerie du Nou­vel-On­tario (GNO). The sale runs un­til Dec. 22. Ev­ery year, the GNO in­vites artists to show their work and put it up for sale at the Nou­veau Lou­vre. Each work of art sells for $200. Prof­its are shared be­tween the artist ($125) and the GNO ($75). The GNO will post im­ages of each art­work as soon as they are doc­u­mented. To pur­chase art­work, you have three op­tions: Come to the GNO, at 174 El­gin St.; call 705-673-4927 or toll-free at 1-877-358-6615; or send an email to [email protected] In your mes­sage, give the GNO the ti­tle and artist's name of the piece you wish to pur­chase; the gallery will con­tact you to con­firm your or­der and make pay­ment ar­range­ments with you. The GNO ac­cept pay­ments by cash, cheque and VISA.

THEATRE: YES Theatre is proud to an­nounce that tick­ets are on sale now for the first pro­duc­tion of the com­pany's 10-year an­niver­sary sea­son. The YES theatre orches­tra is proud to present Rodgers and Ham­mer­stein's time­less mas­ter­piece, The Sound of Mu­sic, from Dec. 6-8 at Glad Tid­ings Church. Her­alded as one of the great mu­si­cals ever writ­ten, the 25-piece orches­tra and 25 ac­tors will bring the Os­car, Grammy and Tony Award-win­ning score alive with beloved clas­sics. The 10-year an­niver­sary sea­son will also fea­ture a num­ber of other beloved mu­si­cals in­clud­ing the Lit­tle Prince (Fe­bru­ary 2019), a work­shop pre­sen­ta­tion of our orig­i­nal mu­si­cal and Mamma Mia, which will head­line the 2019 Sum­mer Fes­ti­val. Save 15 per cent off tick­ets un­til Sept. 30. Use the code YESIS10 to pur­chase tick­ets at yesthe­atre.com or fol­low us on Face­book. Tick­ets will be on sale in per­son start­ing in Novem­ber at One Sky, 125 Durham St.

ART: Amy List­mayer will be the artist in stu­dio at One Sky Gallery, 125 Durham St. for the month of De­cem­ber. In­spired by the beauty of na­ture, sci­ence and bi­ol­ogy, List­mayer's love of North­ern On­tario na­ture has led her to minia­ture sculp­tures that are true to the species. The artist uses poly­mer clay, acrylic paints and pas­tels in her work.

ART: The North­ern Artist Gallery is proud to an­nounce their ex­hibit for the month of De­cem­ber will con­sist of work cre­ated by pa­pier mâché artist Suzanne McCrae. McCrae is par­tic­u­larly in­ter­ested in ex­plor­ing the re­la­tion­ship be­tween hu­mans and an­i­mals, both wild and do­mes­tic. She cre­ates her art­work in both paint medium and pa­pier mâché sculp­ture. This re­sults from a long-time in­ter­est and study of dogs and their ever-chang­ing re­la­tion­ship to hu­man be­ings. Art and an­i­mals have been McCrae's pas­sion since her child­hood in a small min­ing com­mu­nity in north­west­ern On­tario. A life­long north­erner, she now lives in Cop­per Cliff where she con­tin­ues to fol­low her pas­sion. Artists on El­gin, 168 El­gin St., en­cour­ages and wel­comes the pub­lic to stop in be­tween Dec. 1-28. Artists on El­gin is open Mon­day to Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ART: Ev­ery­thing Re­mains Raw: Pho­tograph­ing Toronto's Hip Hop Cul­ture from Ana­logue to Dig­i­tal, the Art Gallery of Sud­bury, 251 John St. The col­lec­tion was or­ga­nized and is be­ing cir­cu­lated by the McMichael Cana­dian Art Col­lec­tion in Klein­burg. The ex­hi­bi­tion com­bines archival pho­tog­ra­phy with new graf­fiti pieces from artists EGR, Ek­lipz, and Elicser, as well as vis­ual works by David Strick­land and Mark Valino. The ex­hi­bi­tion also fea­tures known and un­known works from pho­tog­ra­phers Craig Boyko, Michael Cham­bers, Stella Fakiyesi, De­muth Flake, Pa­trick Ni­chols, Shein­ina Raj, and Na­bil Shash. The ex­hi­bi­tion will be on dis­play through to Feb. 17, 2019. The gallery is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tues­day to Satur­day.

TREE LIGHT­ING: The Her­itage So­ci­ety is host­ing its 12th An­nual Christ­mas Tree-Light­ing Cel­e­bra­tion Satur­day, Dec. 8, 6 to 8 p.m. at the An­der­son Farm Mu­seum, in Lively. The of­fi­cial tree-light­ing cer­e­mony takes place at 6 in front of the Farm House, fol­lowed by Christ­mas car­ols and songs sung by choirs from Ecole St. Paul, LDSS Rock Band, R.H. Mur­ray PS, St. James School and Walden PS. Chil­dren can meet Santa Claus and milk ‘North­ern Maple' the life­sized Cow and ev­ery­one can en­joy free hot cho­co­late and cof­fee, as well as Christ­mas cook­ies, can­dies and fresh pop­corn. There will also be dis­plays of vin­tage toys and wood­work­ing projects, wagon rides. For de­tails, call Gwen Doyle 705692-3021 or see the afmhs Page on Face­book.

MU­SIC: The boys in plaid are com­ing to the Sud­bury Theatre Cen­tre from Dec. 6-22 to put a lit­tle har­mony into a dis­cor­dant world. Plaid Tid­ings, a spe­cial hol­i­day edi­tion of For­ever Plaid, is a heaven-sent hol­i­day treat that will lift your spir­its with clas­sic mu­sic sung in per­fect har­mony. Sprin­kled among the Christ­mas stan­dards are au­di­ence favourites like a ri­otous three-minute ver­sion of The Ed Sul­li­van Show fea­tur­ing the Rock­ettes and the Vienna Boys' Choir, and their Plaid Caribbean Christ­mas, which puts the day-o in Ex­cel­sis. Play­wright Stu­art Ross wrote Plaid Tid­ings for the­atres in the United States af­ter the tragedy of 9/11. Be­sides cre­at­ing For­ever Plaid he has di­rected and/or writ­ten more than 50 pro­duc­tions through­out the USA, Canada and in­ter­na­tion­ally. He di­rected For­ever Plaid at the West End's Apollo Theatre, as well as the film. Book your tick­ets on­line at sud­burythe­atre.ca, call the box of­fice at 705-674-8381 or stop by in per­son at 170 Shaugh­nessy St.

CHRIST­MAS: The Sud­bury Char­i­ties Foun­da­tion's An­nual Fes­ti­val of Lights at Sci­ence North. Ad­mis­sion to tour the Fes­ti­val of Lights on the grounds of Sci­ence North is free; how­ever, a do­na­tion to the Sud­bury Char­i­ties Foun­da­tion is ap­pre­ci­ated. Runs un­til Jan. 2.

DIS­PLAY: The Durkac Fes­ti­val of Lights, at 1225 Wood­bine Ave. in New Sud­bury, fea­tures more than 20,000 lights and an ar­ray of Christ­mas dis­plays and dec­o­ra­tions. A do­na­tion to the Edgar Bur­ton Food Drive is re­quested for those who wish to take in the spec­ta­cle. Santa Claus will make an ap­pear­ance on Dec. 7, 8, 15, 16, 22 and 23. Runs un­til Dec. 23.

DEC. 9

FUNDRAISER: To­mor­row's Hope, a so­cial im­pact Christ­mas fundraiser mental well­ness and em­pow­er­ment fundrais­ing ini­tia­tive, goes 4-9 p.m. at the Caruso Club on Haig Street. En­ter­tain­ment by Bluez Broth­ers. There will also be a Hope Auc­tion. Tick­ets are $25 and are avail­able by call­ing Miss V at 705-988-2243 or Bob John­ston at 705-918-9215. ART: Amy List­mayer will be the artist in stu­dio at One Sky Gallery, 125 Durham St. for the month of De­cem­ber. In­spired by the beauty of na­ture, sci­ence and bi­ol­ogy, List­mayer's love of North­ern On­tario na­ture has led her to minia­ture sculp­tures that are true to the species. The artist uses poly­mer clay, acrylic paints and pas­tels in her work. MU­SIC: The Ju­bilee Folk En­sem­ble Christ­mas Concert fea­tur­ing the Young Sud­bury Singers goes at 2 p.m. at the Park­Side Cen­tre on Durham Street. Ad­vance tick­ets are $10 for adults and $8 for Park­Side mem­bers. Chil­dren un­der 14 years get in free.

CHRIST­MAS TEA: A Coun­try Christ­mas Tea will be held 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Skead Se­nior Cit­i­zens' Club, 5 Bell St., Skead. There will be crafts, raf­fles, and bake and penny ta­bles. Lunch will be served. Ad­mis­sion is $7 for adults and $5 for chil­dren six years and up. Chil­dren un­der six years get in free.

ART SALE: Hun­dreds of pieces of art­work from lo­cal and out-of-town artists will be for sale dur­ing the 2018 edi­tion of Noveau Lou­vre at the Ga­lerie du Nou­vel-On­tario (GNO). The sale runs un­til Dec. 22. Ev­ery year, the GNO in­vites artists to show their work and put it up for sale at the Nou­veau Lou­vre. Each work of art sells for $200. Prof­its are shared be­tween the artist ($125) and the GNO ($75). The GNO will post im­ages of each art­work as soon as they are doc­u­mented. To pur­chase art­work, you have three op­tions: Come to the GNO, at 174 El­gin St.; call 705-673-4927 or toll-free at 1-877-358-6615; or send an email to [email protected] In your mes­sage, give the GNO the ti­tle and artist's name of the piece you wish to pur­chase; the gallery will con­tact you to con­firm your or­der and make pay­ment ar­range­ments with you. The GNO ac­cept pay­ments by cash, cheque and VISA.

MU­SIC: The Es­panola Fes­ti­val Choir will present its 40th an­nual Christ­mas can­tata. It takes place Dec. 2 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Ge­or­gets Angli­can Church and at 7 p.m. at St. Jude Parish Church. On Dec. 3, they per­form at 7 p.m. at Es­panola United Church. On Dec. 6 they play at 7 p.m. at the Es­panola Se­niors Drop-In Cen­tre. On Dec. 9 they per­form at the Light­house at 11 a.m. Free will of­fer­ings are grate­fully ac­cepted. All are wel­come at any per­for­mance. 0US,C: 7KH 6XGEXU\ 6LQJHUV SUHVHQW WKHLU &KULVWPDV FRQFHUW DW &KULVW WKH .LQJ &KXUFK RQ %HHFK 6WUHHW DW S P RQ 'HF ,W ZLOO LQFOXGHV D EHDXWLIXO SURJUDP RI LQWHUQDWLRQDO FDUROV DQG IXQ &KULVWPDV VRQJV DFFRPSDQLHG E\ YDULRXV LQVWUXPHQWV DV ZHOO DV YLROLQLVWV 0DU\ DQG 0HWUR .R]DN 0HORG\ 1HPLV +HQU\ FRQGXFWV WKH FKRLU $GPLVVLRQ LV IUHH 'RQDWLRQV DUH NLQGO\ DFFHSWHG ZLWK SDUWLDO IXQGV JRLQJ WR WKH 0F&XOORFK +RVSLFH Art: The North­ern Artist Gallery is proud to an­nounce their ex­hibit for the month of De­cem­ber will con­sist of work cre­ated by pa­pier mâché artist Suzanne McCrae. McCrae is par­tic­u­larly in­ter­ested in ex­plor­ing the re­la­tion­ship be­tween hu­mans and an­i­mals, both wild and do­mes­tic. She cre­ates her art­work in both paint medium and pa­pier mâché sculp­ture. This re­sults from a long-time in­ter­est and study of dogs and their ever-chang­ing re­la­tion­ship to hu­man be­ings. Art and an­i­mals have been McCrae's pas­sion since her child­hood in a small min­ing com­mu­nity in north­west­ern On­tario. A life­long north­erner, she now lives in Cop­per Cliff where she con­tin­ues to fol­low her pas­sion. Artists on El­gin, 168 El­gin St., en­cour­ages and wel­comes the pub­lic to stop in be­tween Dec. 1-28. Artists on El­gin is open Mon­day to Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

MU­SIC: The boys in plaid are com­ing to the Sud­bury Theatre Cen­tre from Dec. 6-22 to put a lit­tle har­mony into a dis­cor­dant world. Plaid Tid­ings, a spe­cial hol­i­day edi­tion of For­ever Plaid, is a heaven-sent hol­i­day treat that will lift your spir­its with clas­sic mu­sic sung in per­fect har­mony. Sprin­kled among the Christ­mas stan­dards are au­di­ence favourites like a ri­otous three-minute ver­sion of The Ed Sul­li­van Show fea­tur­ing the Rock­ettes and the Vienna Boys' Choir, and their Plaid Caribbean Christ­mas, which puts the day-o in Ex­cel­sis. Play­wright Stu­art Ross

wrote Plaid Tid­ings for the­atres in the United States af­ter the tragedy of 9/11. Be­sides cre­at­ing For­ever Plaid he has di­rected and/or writ­ten more than 50 pro­duc­tions through­out the USA, Canada and in­ter­na­tion­ally. He di­rected For­ever Plaid at the West End's Apollo Theatre, as well as the film. Book your tick­ets on­line at sud­burythe­atre.ca, call the box of­fice at 705-674-8381 or stop by in per­son at 170 Shaugh­nessy St. MU­SIC: A Celtic Christ­mas is the theme of a com­bined concert fea­tur­ing the Nickel City Wind En­sem­ble and the Lockerby High­landers Pipe Band and High­land dancers. The concert takes place Dec. 9 at 2:30 p.m. at Lockerby Com­pos­ite School in the McKel­lar Au­di­to­rium. Tick­ets are avail­able at the door; in ad­vance at Gourmet World in the Cedar Pointe Mall or Long and Mc­Quade on King Street; or by call­ing 705-626-2601. They cost $15 for adults, and $10 for se­niors and stu­dents.

CHRIST­MAS: The Sud­bury Char­i­ties Foun­da­tion's An­nual Fes­ti­val of Lights at Sci­ence North. Ad­mis­sion to tour the Fes­ti­val of Lights on the grounds of Sci­ence North is free; how­ever, a do­na­tion to the Sud­bury Char­i­ties Foun­da­tion is ap­pre­ci­ated. Runs un­til Jan. 2.

DIS­PLAY: The Durkac Fes­ti­val of Lights, at 1225 Wood­bine Ave. in New Sud­bury, fea­tures more than 20,000 lights and an ar­ray of Christ­mas dis­plays and dec­o­ra­tions. A do­na­tion to the Edgar Bur­ton Food Drive is re­quested for those who wish to take in the spec­ta­cle. Santa Claus will make an ap­pear­ance on Dec. 7, 8, 15, 16, 22 and 23. Runs un­til Dec. 23.

DEC. 10

HEALTH: Sud­bury MPP Jamie West has part­nered with Cana­dian Blood Ser­vices and is sup­port­ing a col­lec­tion in-hon­our of the Johns Fam­ily, whose daugh­ter is bat­tling a rare dis­ease. The event will be held at the Sud­bury Donor Cen­tre the week of Dec. 10. West and his team will be do­nat­ing on Fri­day, Dec. 14, 8:30 a.m., at the Sud­bury Blood Donor Cen­tre, 944 Bar­ry­downe Rd. To book an ap­point­ment to­day, lo­cate a cen­tre, check your el­i­gi­bil­ity and more, down­load the GiveBlood app avail­able for iOS on the App Store or for An­droid on Google Play or visit blood.ca.

ART: Amy List­mayer will be the artist in stu­dio at One Sky Gallery, 125 Durham St. for the month of De­cem­ber. In­spired by the beauty of na­ture, sci­ence and bi­ol­ogy, List­mayer's love of North­ern On­tario na­ture has led her to minia­ture sculp­tures that are true to the species. The artist uses poly­mer clay, acrylic paints and pas­tels in her work.

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